Thomas L. Friedman is a prominent figure in the modern-day literary world: he's got a few bestsellers behind his back, several prestigious awards, and critical acclaim. They call him one of the greatest "observers" of our time, and Thank You for Being Late is his latest "roadmap" for the 21st century. Are you ready to dive into a world full of hopes, possibilities, and options? Well, it's also a world of loss, terror, and despair.
Something huge is about to happen, folks - we can all feel it. We feel it at the office, when talking to our families, our kids. We turn on the news and/or read something on the Internet and it hits us - big things are happing around us, and it's hard not to notice them. Our regular lives are slowly turning into something entirely different, and it's up to us to make sure that our children will have a prosperous future.
In a way, Thank You for Being Late is an expose on the ground-breaking movements that are transforming the world as we know it. Furthermore, the author explains that it's normal to go through something like that and that we can benefit from this new reality. The impact might be a bit "bumpy", but, if you'll be ready for it, everything will be just fine. It's safe to say that you'll start looking at your life differently after you read this book.
It comes with insights on many important things that define our lives: our work, our kids, our morals, and our etiquette. Thank You for Being Late is a monumental book that will be of great help to all those folks who are struggling with understanding the shifts that are currently happening in our world and aligning themselves with them. It doesn't have all the answers, but Friedman sure does give the readers a great perspective on things.